The Golden State Warriors could generate over $300 million on personal seat licenses for Chase Arena in downtown San Francisco, according to sources that spoke with former San Jose Mercury News' Warriors' blogger Adam Lauridsen.
The NBA has never had a team sell personal seat licenses, which has become common practice in the NFL.
Golden State will also sell eight-year luxury box deals for the arena, which will open for the 19-20 season.
The Warriors are privately financing the arena and also have several player salary and luxury tax concerns.
RealGM Note: The revenue generated by PSLs would be amortized over a period of 20 years into the league's BRI.